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Vote for your star man in KentOnline's team of the week.

Congratulations to Canterbury defender Harry O'Donnell, who won last week's poll with 26 per cent of the vote after his goal in the draw at Bearsted.

Have a look at today's XI and pick your favourite at the bottom of the page.

Defender Ashley Probets went in goal for the second half of VCD's game at Three Bridges, replacing the injured Sam Mott, and kept a clean sheet as the visitors came from 3-2 down at the break to win 4-3.

Gavin Hoyte remains a model of consistency at Maidstone, defending well and getting forward from right-back, and it was his shot that led to Reece Grant's late equaliser in their 1-1 draw at Billericay.

Jack Bath popped up with an early goal as Corinthian drew 2-2 at Whitstable.

Hollands & Blair defender Joe Kane Picture: Barry Goodwin
Hollands & Blair defender Joe Kane Picture: Barry Goodwin

Joe Kane, a team of the week regular a few years ago after his goalscoring exploits at Lordswood, bagged the winner and helped Hollands & Blair to another clean sheet in a 1-0 success at K Sports.

Billy Bennett produced a man-of-the-match performance, scoring once and claiming two assists, in Sheppey's 3-0 win against Bearsted.

Robbie Dolan delivered both goals as Kennington claimed an impressive 2-1 away win at Southern Counties East high-fliers Erith Town.

Ebbsfleet United midfielder Craig Tanner. Picture: Chris Davey
Ebbsfleet United midfielder Craig Tanner. Picture: Chris Davey

Ade Shokunbi didn't deserve to be on the losing team as Welling went down 3-2 to St Albans. He scored and was playing ever so well before injury ended his afternoon early.

Craig Tanner fired Ebbsfleet to the top of National South with a match-winning double in a 3-1 away win against Hemel Hempstead.

In-form Kemo Darboe scored again in Whitstable's 2-2 draw with Corinthian. That's four goals in five games and six overall since signing in November for him.

Whitstable striker Kemo Darboe Picture: Les Biggs
Whitstable striker Kemo Darboe Picture: Les Biggs

Tommy Wood struck twice in the last three minutes as Tonbridge came from a goal down to beat Hungerford 2-1 and claimed their first league win in 11 games.

Tashi-Jay Kwayie continued his good form, scoring for the third successive game in Ashford's 2-2 home draw with Lancing.

Steve McKimm is our top manager after Tonbridge ended their long wait for a win in National South.

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